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Sex-Positive Online Therapy

LGBTQQIAAP+ affirming therapy that is queer-friendly, sex-positive and kink-aware. Enjoy your therapeutic experience from the comfort of your own home as you address core needs for your relationships. Choose from the following two options:

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Freedom, Acceptance and Relationship Therapy

Learn how to communicate needs and promote honesty, connection, authenticity, and trust.

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Sex Therapy

Evidenced-based intervention for sexual dysfunctions such as vaginismus, anorgasmia, low desire, erectile dysfunction, and more.

"Our erotic knowledge creates a new lens for defining joy"

Audre Lorde

Don't stay stuck feeling lost and miserable! Find your Joy!

What is Freedom, Acceptance, and Relationship Therapy?

I serve all who desire freedom in their intimate expression, acceptance of their complete self, and joy in their relationships.

 

Maybe you have experienced trauma that is impacting the way you see yourself and your relationships. You aren't sure that you deserve pleasure or to feel like the goddess that you truly are. Or maybe you are realizing that your sexual desires do not fit the script that has been set up for you. You're worried that family members, friends, or even your partner might reject you if they truly knew who you are. This can all manifest as anxiety, depression, irritability, or an overall sense of feeling stuck and shut down. 

Freedom and Relationship Therapy is psychotherapy that explores meanings, energies and underlying stories that create the problem you are experiencing. We will explore the depths of who you are to find who you most want to be.

What is Sex Therapy?

Did you know that not all therapists receive in-depth training for sexuality and intimacy-related issues? It requires additional certification and intensive education for therapists to become fully aware of best treatment and practices of sexual dysfunctions, as well as awareness of the unique experiences of partners in non-monogamous relationship structures.

I am a PhD Student of Clinical Sexology at the Modern Sex Therapy Institute, specifically focusing on creating a safe space for the LGBTQQIAAP+ community that is queer-friendly, sex-positive and kink-aware.

Sex therapy is a form of talk therapy that involves evidence-based interventions (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy) as a way to improve your sexual and intimate satisfaction. You may find that I'll give you and your partner(s) homework assignments to practice outside of session. There is no such thing as "normal" here; use this space to explore and discover the version of intimacy that makes you feel most free and liberated!

Techniques You'll See in Therapy

Self-Expansion Theory

People who expand their image of themselves are happier with their partners, they’re more dedicated to the relationship, and they’re less apt to separate. They’re also less inclined to stray and be unfaithful. Moreover, self-expansion is associated with partners feeling greater sexual longing for each other, having sex, and relishing the experience more. And that’s in addition to the new knowledge, skills, experiences, and enhanced perspectives people get from self-expanding and embracing what’s unique and intriguing in life.

Interventions may include:

- Join groups & forums to expand your circle and increase exposure to different ideas, values and experiences

- Switch up your routine to step outside of your normal experience

Chakra Theory

 Theoretical and experiential knowledge of the chakras offers the opportunity to heal emotional distress, examine and transform negative beliefs, and shift unsatisfying life patterns.

Interventions may include:

- Universal love energy identity

- Custom Self Love meditation

- Channeled love letter for foundational energy

- Sound bowl with custom chakra affirmations 

Brainspotting

Access encapsulated trauma or other mental health issues without using extensive "talk therapy."  Knowing that clients can often get wrapped up in telling stories, accessing the information using BSP gives clients another way to process their distress without going too deeply into the narrative.  Accessing the information in the body using the field of vision cuts out the neocortex; a part of our brain that, while useful, can get really hung up on stories and the need to make sense of them.

Interventions may include:

- Body Location Exercise: acknowledge where sensations are experienced in your body

Body Mapping: explore your body and intentionally reflect without judgment of what your responses "should' be


 

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